Friday, 20 February 2015

My current 6 mascaras of 2015!

Here's a little peak at my mascara's of 2015! Some are carried over from 2014, but don't worry they aren't old!

From Left to Right we have :
                                              Maybelline Stileto in Brown
                                              Rimmel London Lash Accelerator Endless in Black
                                              L'oreal Telescopic in Black
                                              Avon Super Extend in Black
                                              Company Lashes in Black
                                              Barry M Lash Vegas!

Reviews to come!

Tuesday, 17 February 2015

YSL! I got my hands on one!

Like a giddy child in a sweet shop I couldn't help myself but squee with joy over the ysl counter at the lipsticks.
Like many others I have re blogged and liked many pictures on tumblr of these lipsticks!
I finally own one!!!

It was an impulse buy! I hold my hands up to that!

At first i was a bit put off because i couldn't see a shade i really liked, there wasn't a really big choice.
I knew i wanted to go with a slightly natural pink so i chose Rouge Volupte.
As soon as i was handed the small golden box it was suprisingly weighty, then again it's down to the eye pleasing golden packaging.

Even the lipstick holder itself is one to awe at.
The lipstick seems to glide on smooth without any trouble, Its also very pigmented and i love the texture.

This could be a new make up staple! Apart from it is slightly expensive. It is still worth it ♥

Wednesday, 11 February 2015

Empty review. Rimmel London Clear Complextion Pressed Powder

It's time for a long awaited empty review.
I've had this sat around my room the past few weeks and got my butt into gear and did this review!

I didn't end this product on a good note, due to the compact cracking and breaking apart making it near impossible to swirl around on a brush and use on my face, with out having all of the powder drop onto the floor...and then stepped on and crushed into the carpet.
Fun for the hoover...not so much my socks.

So, I've decided to throw it away because there is no saving this little baby.
It's served me well, keeping my foundation in place and making me look not so shiny but now it's time to say goodbye.
It would most definitely be a repurchase but not any time soon, as i have some loose powder to work my way through. As soon as that baby is finished with this will be in my bag!

I used a few Rimmel London Pressed Powder products before i came across this which is called Clear Complexion pressed power, which i bought in a very light/pale shade.

This really helped give me a really nice, even, matte finished look to my make up.
I will hold my hands up and admit that it didn't last for very long as by midday I'd gotten oily in my T-Zone area and usually had to re-apply, which wasn't good when your busy at work, run your hand over your forehead and it's all oily!
I had only then realized that it only really had a lasting stay of 3 hours. Not so good?!!

Having  a pressed powder compact is handy to carry around with you in your bag because when you open it up, you haven't got loose powder spraying everywhere onto your work station or bag.

Friday, 6 February 2015

Cleansing water...what?

I'd seen this a few times, walking past a shelf in a supermarket thinking "Ooh look at that bottle" but never picked it up.
Then I'd seen on a few beauty blogs that this was a staple in their skin care range.

Now, if you have been following my blog recently you will know I'm really trying to get my skin care into a routine with good products!

♥ No more break outs
♥No more Acne
♥No More black heads or white Heads
♥No more big pores
♥No more shiny oily face!

After reading quite a few good blog posts about how good this product was and why I shouldn't be using make up wipes I became convinced this was the product that I NEEDED.
I went straight out and bought it. You can find it in your local super market or Drug store and it's quite cheap too!

The word "Cleansing water" to me sounds as if it would be too mild for my skin. But then again I wouldn't want anything that had really harsh chemicals! My poor skin!

I don't mind using this as a make up remover or even just a cleanser on it's own.
The amount of dirt that's on my cotton pad after using is astonishing!

This is now forever going to be a staple in my skin care routine!
Let me know if you have used this or a similar product!